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Civil EngineeringQ&A Library6.15 Three continuous foundations are shown in Figure P6.15. For each of them, what values would you use for their eccentricity and inclination in the bearing capacity calculations? 500 kN/m 50 kN·m/m 600 kN/m 500 mm GL 300 mm 30 mm 500 mnm 2000 mm 1500 mm 600 kN/m 80 kN m/m 50 kN/m → 0.5 m GL 0.5 m 1.0 m 0.5 m1.0 m FIGURE P6.15Question

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